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  1. RE: RC square-rigger, 1:96 scale USS Constitution

    Got a special treat for you guys!

    http://youtu.be/j8ZcxjiH8ys

    HMS Victory encounters the frigate USS Constitution in open waters near
    Charleston, SC. Captain My Brother is unprepared for...
  2. Thread: Fish Attack!

    by kotori
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    RE: Fish Attack!

    My square-rigger USS Constitution has been attacked multiple times by carp while sailing in a local manmade pond. It is very shallow and the keel almost touches the bottom, so it's probable I simply...
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    breaking battery connectors

    hello,

    my brother and I have been flying a pair of parkzone P-51's for the past month. This weekend, I had two pretty rough crashes that snapped the connector on the battery, leaving bare...
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    RE: RC Warship Combat in Vancouver BC

    strike Models not only has plans and fiberglass hulls for many ships, they also have cannons for most of them. Fast Gun cannons for certain, and IIRC he has some Big Gun cannons, too.
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    RE: Caracciolo class BB

    cool! The Caracciolo is an interesting class, faster than the QE's but in-line rudders not tandem. I wonder how well she compares. There is a very nice QE in the WWCC, HMS Warspite, that I used to...
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    RE: ultra micro RC combat?

    We've had the micro P-51's for three days now. It is readily apparent that my brother hasn't flown for a long time, but he is getting the hang of it again. I'm loving it. Not the same as sailing...
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    RE: ultra micro RC combat?

    Thanks guys. I will give it a try with my brother, and hopefully some of our friends will join in once they see us up there.
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    ultra micro RC combat?

    Hi all,

    My buddies and I are interested in getting into RC combat. Trouble is we're all extremely limited in storage space right now, so I am wondering how well micro planes like the ParkZone...
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    RE: I-400 Hull Availibility

    I've got a couple myself but I'm not ready to part with them. Try asking around on the RC naval combat forum here:
    http://www.rcnavalcombat.com/Forum/
    I've heard about other hull suppliers...
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    RE: Torpedo-basic idea

    Ahoy Martellus,

    That looks pretty cool! It's been a while since I've heard about anyone attempting to develop electric-powered torpedoes for RC combat. Most people just want to put a few...
  11. RE: scratchbuilt battleship Mikasa, looking for advice

    Ahoy there Tachikaze, I hail from the WWCC in California.
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    RE: This is new to me! but AWESOME!

    Ahoy there, Twisted! You're in luck. There are a number of active battlers in Florida. In case you haven't noticed, this particular forum isn't heavily used by RC combat skippers. I would highly...
  13. RE: RC square-rigger, 1:96 scale USS Constitution

    Hi Al Stein,

    lack of activity in this thread has mostly lead me to abandon it, but thanks to another forum with a dedicated group of square-rigger sailors, I got my project up and running. It...
  14. RC square-rigger, 1:96 scale USS Constitution

    Hi all,

    I am converting a 1:96 scale plastic USS Constitution for square-rigged RC sailing. I have never sailed an RC sailing ship before, but I have operated small sailboats, and have extensive...
  15. RC square-rigger, 1:96 scale USS Constitution

    Hi all,

    I am converting a 1:96 scale plastic USS Constitution for square-rigged RC sailing. I have never sailed an RC sailing ship before, but I have operated small sailboats, and have...
  16. scratchbuilt battleship Mikasa, looking for advice

    Greetings, fellow modelers. I am building a 1:144 scale model of His Imperial Japanese Majesty's 1st-line battleship Mikasa for the sport of RC Naval Combat. I am already an accomplished...
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    RE: 6mm paintballs?

    Ahoy there, Perry! Thanks for the info. Where might I get stock VS guns? Also, how often do you get misfires, and how bad is it if you do keep firing? Keep in mind that most civil war ironclads...
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    6mm paintballs?

    Hi all,

    what is the current status of 6mm paintballs for RC tank use? Last I checked was several years ago, when a few people were experimenting with them using heavily upgraded cannons. Do...
  19. RE: Foam Warship, a new addition to Combat Class!

    If you're travelling too fast, there are a number of ways to limit your speed. Obviously changing to a lower-voltage battery will slow you down. Another way is to dial down the throttle...
  20. RE: Foam Warship, a new addition to Combat Class!

    Hi nwcafesurfer,

    I have detailed digital plans for both Mikasa and Borodino class. I also have a highly detailed set of CAD-modeled hull lines for the Borodino. Just drop me a PM with your...
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    RE: Texas group still around?

    Onboard compressors are what we used to use before CO2 became widely available. Open the case of a 12v bicycle (or automobile) air compressor, and you can remove the guts of the system. This makes...
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    RE: Texas group still around?

    Saxon, I would be very interested to hear how well the RC tank paintball technologies are working. Reason being one of my friends is working on 1:48 scale ACW ironclads for combat and demonstrations...
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    RE: Texas group still around?

    The hobby has been growing and evolving continuously since its inception nearly 30 years ago. Our electronics are modern hobby RC gear, which has improved dramatically over the past few years. ...
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    RE: Texas group still around?

    Hi Rusty, although a few clubs have folded over the years, the rest of us are still going strong. In fact, many of us are so busy building, battling, and patching that we don't have time to keep our...
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    RE: Clubs around houston

    I would suggest you contact the North Texas Battle Group. I think they're the closest group to you.
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